Six Steps to a Perfect Inlay
A little glue, a sharp knife and a minirouter make inlaying easy
Roland Johnson explains a process he developed to add inlay to a tabletop. In this short article, he leads readers through the six steps to completing the job. First, position the inlay on the workpiece with office-supply rubber cement, scribe the area, and then rout and chisel away the waste. Read all the details, then try them out on your next project.
From Fine Woodworking #148